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Where to buy fresh farm eggs in and around Fort Worth

These pasture-raised eggs will brighten your breakfast table.

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Find colorful farm-fresh eggs at The Clearfork Farmers Market. | Photo by @theclearforkfarmersmarket

Whether you like them fried, boiled, or scrambled — eggs are an egg-cellent source of protein that can be eaten any time of the day.

To help support local farms in the area, we’ve rounded up eight places where you can find farm-fresh eggs around Fort Worth.

🥚 What does farm fresh mean?

Compared to store-bought eggs, local farm eggs are richer in color, the yolk is denser, and they’re fresher. Not only are you getting healthier eggs when you buy farm eggs, but there’s also transparency in knowing where your food comes from.

One of the primary reasons fresh eggs are more nutritional than conventionally raised eggs is the chickens’ diet.

According to Cedar Ridge Farm in Pickton, eggs bought from a grocery store or large-scale operations are not as nutritious, because the chickens are likely kept inside or in small cages. Chickens that are roaming the yard or pasture are pecking at grass and bugs, getting more leafy greens, and natural proteins than those raised in poultry houses.

Studies show that farm-fresh eggs contain 25% more vitamin E, 75% more beta carotene, and up to 20 times more Omega-3 fatty acid.

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Shop hundreds of vendors every weekend in Cowtown. | Photo provided by The Clearfork Farmers Market

🛒 Weekly markets

Note: Be sure to check the farmers market vendor list before you head out, as it changes weekly.

Cowtown Farmers Market | Stop by the Prairie Oasis Farm and First Earth Farm booths on Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. to shop for pasture-raised eggs.

The Clearfork Farmers Market | The year-round farmers market sells free-range eggs from Ash Creek Farms, a small family farm in Azle. The market is currently open 9 a.m.-12 p.m. on Saturdays.

Dallas Farmers Market | Meet the farmers from Cedar Ridge Egg Farm and Eggcited Farm at the open-air market that features dozens of local vendors. The Shed is open Saturdays, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. and Sundays, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

🧺 Produce stands + farms

Stone Throw Farm Co. | Pickup from 9560 FM-1187 E., Fort Worth | Choose from chicken or duck eggs with prices ranging from $6.50 to $13 per dozen.

Burgundy’s Local | 3326 W. 7th St., Fort Worth | Stop by the Grass Fed Meat Market & Grill for free-range eggs along with grass-fed beef + lamb.

Healing Thyme Farm | 10000 Westridge Rd., Fort Worth | Choose from eggs in various colors from chickens that eat organic feed and local insects. Order one or two dozen eggs with prices starting at $6.

Vrooman Ranch | 833 Co Rd. 3320, Ladonia | Order free-range, soy-free, and corn-free rainbow eggs with prices ranging from $5.99 to $7.99 per dozen.

Cedar Ridge Farm | 12575 FM 269 S., Pickton | If you can’t make it out to the Dallas Farmers Market, this second-generation family farm will soon have an online store where customers can order chicken and duck eggs + pasture-raised poultry. Online order forms are currently
being accepted.

Want fresh eggs every day? Check out Fort Worth’s regulations for keeping chickens in your backyard.

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